I have a 10MB MetroE connection that is plugged directly into a port on the 3750. If this connection goes down I want to route the traffic over 2 bonded t-1's that are connect to a cisco router. What is the best way to do this? Can this be done with the 3750 ip base switch?
If you know the destined Networks Sitting at the other end, you can reach your objective by configuring static routes to those destination with Lesser administrative distance pointing to 10Mbps link. and with Higher adminsitrative distance pointing to Your router.
Untill your 10 Mbps link was available , your packet will be routed through it. If it goes down it will be routed to Router to reach the destination.
Note - Before that Enable routing functionality in your switch by configuring
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